One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A type of shot in which the puck is swept along the ice against the stick and then released with a rotating motion of the wrists.‘he took a wrist shot from in front of the net’
- ‘From start to finish, each player has a distinctive way of taking a wrist shot.’
- ‘A hard wrist shot will have a chance of going in if there's a screen or deflection in front of the net.’
- ‘A lot of their goals come off faceoffs or plays from behind the net because they have such quick wrist shots.’
- ‘He plays hard and he's got a wicked wrist shot.’
- ‘"He has enough speed and a decent wrist shot to score, but that's just not his area of expertise," says the European scout.’
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